Fire Hoses and Appliances Firefighter II Module A. McHenry County College Firefighter II Class Spring Semester 2002. FIRE HOSES and APPLIANCES. See list of objectives given to you prior to class. Identify is classroom Demonstrate is “hands-on”. REFRRENCES.
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McHenry County College
Firefighter II Class
Spring Semester 2002
Identify the construction features of hose
Identify the types of fire hose.
Identify the types of fire hose damages and their preventions.
Identify the construction features of fire hose couplings.
Identify the uses of hose rolls.
Identify the difference between a forward and a reverse hose lay.
Identify precautions to be followed while advancing hose lines to a fire.
Some General Guidelines.
Identify three (3) types of hose rolls.
Identify different types of coupling and uncoupling techniques.
Identify different types of hose carries.
Identify the different types of loading hose loads or finishes.
Identify different types of unloading hose loads or finishes.
Identify the procedure for lengthening a hose line using a hose clamp.
Identify the procedure for lengthening a hose line using a break apart nozzle.
Identify the procedures for replacing a section of hose using tow different methods.
Identify the procedures for advancing uncharged attack lines from a pumper.
An uncharged hose line should never be advanced into a fire or through a door that is hot to the touch. The line should be charged and the nozzle person should bleed the air from the nozzle and select the proper pattern before ever entering the fire area.
Identify the procedures for advancing charged attack lines of two different sizes. From a pumper, given the necessary equipment and operating as a member of a team for the following evolutions
Can be only (2)-2 ½” or (2)-2 ½ and